What are the effects of communication on productivity
what are the effects of communication to the behaviour of individuals and their productivity in the workplace
I'd like to have a simple answer to this question - but I think a large book could be written to answer this question, and that a simple, short answer would not suffice.
by Freya Cesare 7 months ago
“Who Are You?” Often we heard people asked. They want you to tell them who you really are. This is really simple question, is it? Or is it not?Have you ever noticed how people can come up with different answer for that simple question? And sometimes they also come up with more than one...
by Sanath Nair 4 years ago
Should Social Media like Facebook, Twitter be allowed at the workplace?Social Media like Facebook, Twitter, Orkut etc are popular with everybody including office-goers. Should they be allowed to access inside the office? Does it ok to check your fb during coffee break?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Are genetically engineered food for health?
by Triplet Mom 9 years ago
How would you or did you answer the "sex" question asked by a young child?
by Anusha Jain 5 years ago
What will make a film director better? # of films s/he made on books, or # of books written on filmsA good film indeed gives a lot of work in the aftermath. Books on making, inclusion in top films... So on and so forth. And making a film on a good book has challenges one too many. They director has...
by Laustk 6 years ago
In my book HubPages needs a total makeover! First of all they need to get rid of their useless staff, who let's personal extreme orthodox and conservative ideologies rule their worktime and harrassing of their users. How many of your articles have been banned so far and did HubPages also give you a...
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